The Dutch royal was born in Canada in 1943, when her mother, the future queen, was in exile during World War II.
Dutch in North America
On a cold, dark February night in 1952, a KLM airplane touched down at Gander in Newfoundland. On board was a Dutch couple from Zundert in North-Brabant with their 12 children.
During his tenure, the Ladies’ Home Journal became the most widely circulated magazine on the planet.